Tuesday, March 5, 2024

Iran Covid: Zero deaths, first since the start of deadly pandemic

Covid’s daily death toll in Iran has reached zero two years and a hundred days after the disease began to take a toll on the country. That’s according to the Iranian health ministry figures released on Thursday.

The tally also showed that 175 people had tested positive for the Coronavirus in the past 24 hours.

The new infections included 34 hospitalizations.

The zero death toll comes as around 700 people died daily during the last wave of Covid with the daily caseload hitting more than 50 thousand people.

Iranian official attribute the declining numbers of fatalities and infections to a nationwide vaccination campaign and also people’s observance of health protocols.

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